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Old 01-01-2007, 03:21 PM
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How are massage therapy jobs in N. Colorado Springs? I hope to move there in about 2 years.
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Old 01-01-2007, 05:29 PM
Location: Colorado Springs
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You know, right now they seem to be doing very well. There are massage shops opening up in strip malls. I think you pay $33 a month or something and you get a massage each month. So, if those continue to do well, then you will probably be able to get a job pretty easy here. bashep
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Old 01-09-2007, 02:23 AM
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I was thinking about going into massage and talked to a school in Colorado Springs. They told me if I was looking into being a massage therapist in Colo. Springs area it is inundated with massage therapists already. It is very hard to get a start up of a good client base because there are so many of them. Now one place I called that is nice is the Breckenridge area for experiance if you needed/wanted it and now they also have a sub division that were basically made for people working there that are nice and affordable in Breckenridge. I thought they were great. Also in the Aspen area that people commute to all the time.I believe it is the Yampah Caves or something like that. They have great extra training at a school in Denver with bio dynamic cranial sacral and polarity to mention just a couple wonderful courses. I still so want to do that. Thats about as far as I got but I hope it helps.
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